Thursday, May 7, 2015
Longinexx is made in the United Kingdom by Dartford Kent Laboratories which also makes another male enhancement product called Vasotrexx. Unfortunately, according to the Longinexx product website this is another male enhancement product which falsely claims it can increase penile size, with the website repeatedly stating Longinexx will offer most men a dramatic increase in both length and girth.
Although effective male enhancement products will aid men with achieving and sustaining full, firm erections (usually by increasing erectile blood flow), they cannot physically augment a man’s natural penis size; only an invasive, expensive and risky surgical procedure can do this, and any enhancement product or manufacturer that claims otherwise is brazenly lying.
There seems to be some discrepancy regarding the actual ingredients in Longinexx; several other product review sites as well as some of its web retailers indicate Longinexx contains Yohimbe, while the product website does not; this is a major source of concern as this substance is highly controversial in the male enhancement industry.
There are no customer testimonials or reviews provided on the Longinexx website, which is not the most reassuring indication that customers have been satisfied with the results of this product.
QUALITY OF INGREDIENTS
Our research has confirmed that Longinexx contains four critical ingredients proven scientifically to be essential for the success of male enhancement products, L-Arginine, Tribulus Terrestris, Cnidium Monnier and Tongkat Ali/Eurycoma Longifolia. It also features Piper Longum and Butea Superba which are commonly found in enhancers. However we found no indication of the quantities of any of the ingredients in Longinexx, which makes it very difficult to judge their effectiveness.
We have also confirmed that Longinexx does indeed contain Yohimbe, a substance made from the bark of a West African tree by the same name; it’s also known by its active ingredient Yohimbine which can be clinically synthesized. Although many male enhancement products feature Yohimbe, it has been identified by the FDA as a substance of concern and has been banned in many nations around the world due to its disturbing history of causing numerous adverse health conditions, including headaches, dizziness, anxiety, insomnia, hallucinations, hypertension, seizures and kidney failure.
We strongly warn consumers against the use of any male enhancement product which contains Yohimbe, including in this case, Longinexx.
A single bottle of Longinexx containing 60 capsules (a 30 day supply) is available from the product website for $39.99.
Longinexx is covered by a 60 day money back guarantee.
We will never endorse any male enhancement product which dishonestly claims it can increase penile size nor any that contain a dangerous substance such as Yohimbe, and obviously will not do so for any product that does both.
We therefore cannot recommend Longinexx as a safe or credible treatment for erectile dysfunction.
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